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As promised last week, Stephen Colbert brought some of his old cast members from The Daily Show together on his new show on Tuesday night for a reunion in which they all recounted their time on the show. Colbert was joined by former Daily Show host Jon Stewart as well as correspondents Rob Corddry, John Oliver, …
Seeing Jon Stewart on The Late Show isn’t really a surprise anymore. And Trevor Noah does a great job replacing him over at The Daily Show. But if you miss the old Daily Show gang then you should be happy to hear that Stephen Colbert will host former Daily Show stars on May 9th.